• 'Multi styles FuittFuitt' by bülbooks
    'Multi styles FuittFuitt' by bülbooks

    Stop restart, eighteen years after giving homemade publishing and DIY spirit a try, Nicolas Robel launches a new editorial project, bülbooks. Another bulb-flavoured imprint, affiliated but less illustrated. “Multi styles FuittFuitt”, a dance manual by Laurence Yadi and Nicolas Cantillon. Available from late October 2014.

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  • Woof Models by Sum Leung
    Woof Models by Sum Leung

    Sum Leung is an Art Director based in Sydney, Australia. She created the project "Woof Models" which is a range of illustrations and custom portraits centered around dogs who like the more fashionable side of life. Each of the portraits has their very own unique personality and style. And best of all, you can buy these prints from the Woof Models website where 10% of the proceeds will go to Pet Rescue – helping our four-legged friends find a home.

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  • 'Drifting' by Olivier Valsecchi
    'Drifting' by Olivier Valsecchi

    French photographer Olivier Valsecchi's new Drifting series is a journey through art history where each picture merges the tradition of the reclining nude with the still life painting genre from Flanders. "Still-life was the perfect fit for a post-war atmosphere. Beyond symbolizing the ephemeral nature of life, it relates to the notion of transitioning. I wanted to set bodies into an unfamiliar environment and infuse them with a feeling of disorientation, as if recovering from trauma or stuck in a vertigo."

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  • ico-D – Capital D for Design
    ico-D – Capital D for Design

    After serving the international design community for more than half a century, Icograda, the International Council of Communication Design has changed its name to better reflect its mission and activities and is now ico-D, the International Council of Design. This change reflects a global strategy led by a Member-driven Council: to become an international voice for Design reflecting all design disciplines, advocating the value of design thinking, design-driven education and designing as a potent medium for progressive change.

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  • Typodarium 2016 – Call for Entries
    Typodarium 2016 – Call for Entries

    Every type designer or font label is invited to contribute to this project with their latest typefaces. Choose up to 5 days and upload the requested files! Submission deadline is 17 JAN, 2015. Typodarium 2016 – edited by Lars Harmsen of Slanted, Raban Ruddigkeit of Freistil and to be published by Verlag Hermann Schmidt Mainz – is the daily typography dose. A tear-off calendar, just like the one our grandma used to hang in the kitchen. But this calendar unveils a new font everyday.

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  • Silvertongue 30xx: Space-Time District Attorney
    Silvertongue 30xx: Space-Time District Attorney

    Silvertongue 30XX: Space-Time District Attorney follows the story of Silvertongue Hernandez and a rat-pack of time-travelling lawyers, specialised in revisiting (or more like crashing), so-called "Trials of the Century" throughout space-time. Silvertongue, a selfish, dark, ego-centric, womanizer and addict, will encounter the most bizarre of adventures in search of Reality 2; a parallel multi-verse he and his motley crew are carefully crafting, which will possibly mean salvation for us all. Or, will it?

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  • Art Heist offers offset 3D lithograph prints
    Art Heist offers offset 3D lithograph prints

    Brand new Heidelberg offset lithographs are up for purchase at Art Heist including a 3D artwork by KC ORTIZ – Untitled, 2014. Printed with vegetable inks and chlorine free blotter paper, it is 7.5 x 7.5 in / 19 x 19 cm in dimensions, and it is limited to 130. All prints purchases come with a pair of 3D glasses!

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  • The Ascent of Malmo Quay, Ouseburn Valley: Re-inventing Newcastle landscape
    The Ascent of Malmo Quay, Ouseburn Valley: Re-inventing Newcastle landscape

    AWP, an interdisciplinary office for territorial reconfiguration and design, wins an Igloo Carillon plc competition for the re-invention of Newcastle landscape in Malmo Quay. Revealing the unique and impressive landscape of the Tyne and the Ouseburn, a lightweight polished reflective steel ramp ascends the architecture of the cycle hub to an observatory offering a cinematic and panoramic view experienced either by foot or bike. The experience is enriched by unexpected and sensuous combinations of materials, such as matt tarp and mirror-polished stainless steel. The naval heritage of the Valley is recalled in the boathouse-like design of the three buildings.

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  • Shane Griffin – Visual Artist
    Shane Griffin – Visual Artist

    Shane Griffin is a visual artist who is originally from Dublin, and is currently based in New York City. Creative Director at Method Studios, Shane also lectures at Trinity College, as well as judging at the ADC Younf Guns Awards. Shane has ample experience in the field working for clients in the likes of Disney, The New York Times, FX Network, Microsoft, Google, Nike and MTV.

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  • Blurred illustrations by Michael Nitschke
    Blurred illustrations by Michael Nitschke

    Michael Nitschke, artist and illustrator, had studied at Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten, Amsterdam, and is currently based in Bielefeld, Germany. He recently created a series of blurred illustrations which were described as fuzzy, hazy, vague, indistinct, bleary, smudged and out of focus. Nitschke also manipulates photographs and take polaroids, check out his websites today!

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  • Alice Tye – Illustrator
    Alice Tye – Illustrator

    Alice Tye is an illustrator based in London, UK. Her works have been published internationally for she has worked for clients in the likes of KENZO, Creative Review, The Gourmand Magazine, OneFineStay and Printed Pages to name a few. Alice was shortlisted for the V&A Student Illustration Award 2013 and was also one of Its Nice That's Grads 2013.

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  • Paloma Rincón – Photographer
    Paloma Rincón – Photographer

    Paloma Rincón is a photographer based in Madrid, Spain. She creates photographic images where different languages and techniques get mixed up. The result showcases interesting worlds where shapes, textures, materials, lights and typography blend together living in harmony inside fine, rich, and detailed graphic compositions. The dynamic still life photographies from Paloma Rincón combine an accurate use of technique and the creativity of a craftsman.

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  • Immersive turns LED Christmas Lights for Tesco TV Advert
    Immersive turns LED Christmas Lights for Tesco TV Advert

    The London-based design studio Immersive had a hand in creating Christmas joy this year. They ‘switched on’ the Christmas lights for the northern town of Wigan in a rather extraordinary way. The stunt involved some 500 sq metres of panels holding more than 8 million LED lights plus loads of Christmas decorations. The show was filmed for the Tesco Christmas advert, which went viral on social media soon after first airing.

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  • TOCA ME art & style – The Fashion Scarf Collection
    TOCA ME art & style – The Fashion Scarf Collection

    TOCA ME art & style will present high quality artworks and apparel by selected artists from all over the world. From illustrations and drawings to generative art; combining outstanding designs with high fashion statements and cool products. Their first collection of fashion scarves are with artworks by GMUNK, Thisisarobot, James Paterson, Syl Hillier and Mario Klingemann. Check out this KickStarter Project today!

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  • Martyna Wójcik-Śmierska – Illustrator
    Martyna Wójcik-Śmierska – Illustrator

    Martyna Wójcik-Śmierska is a graphic designer and illustrator based in Warsaw, Poland. She designes posters, covers, prints and creates illustrations for books and newspapers. Her clients include Anorak (UK), Computer Arts (UK), Bulletyn (UK), Le Particulier, Bloomberg Businessweek (PL) amongst many others.

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  • Identity for London based radioshow Melodica by Ritator
    Identity for London based radioshow Melodica by Ritator

    The London based DJ and producer Chris Coco describes his project Melodica as, “A micro brand. It's a radio show that has now become a record label; presenting new, young acts working in the area of electronic music.” Ritator were keen to create graphics that represented electronic music’s relationship to computers. The digital artworks are created through ‘generative art’ principles, a technique that allows already existing photographs, or images created in Photoshop, to be inserted into a computer programme that generates new images automatically. Melodica’s new graphic identity, which will be used across their online platforms, will be launched in 2014!

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